Friday funding round-up - 3 February

Your weekly guide to current funding opportunities is below

Who: Smart Energy GB In Communities Fund
How much: up to £25,000
What you should know:
- Grants of up to £25,000 are available to help people in vulnerable circumstances understand the personal and national benefits of smart meters.
- The grants will be awarded to regionally-based organisations, with local networks, that have a trusted voice amongst people who are: in fuel poverty, lacking basic digital skills and carers
How to apply: For more information and to apply, click here
Deadline: 10 February 2023

Who: Big Give's 2023 Green Match Fund
How much: Part of an expected £4 million
What you should know:
- Must be a UK-registered charity with an annual income of at least £25,000
- Be a charity working on environmental issues as part of their core mission
- Register on (free)
- Charities seeking to raise either £2,500, £5,000 or £10,000 in public donations (to be doubled by the match funds). Charities are able to use the campaign to raise unrestricted funds.
How to apply: Log in or sign up, head to Big Give Campaigns, and click on Apply now for the Green Match Fund
Deadline: 17 February 2023

Who: How much: Up to £10,000
What you should know:
- Sovereign Housing Association has grants of up to £10k available for projects that focus on youth social action
- You must: have the capacity to recruit young people and deliver a youth social action project, have the capacity to deliver on reporting requirements, have capacity to take part in network meetings and innovation labs, and comply with all due diligence checks.
- You must not: have been awarded a grant through the first round of the fund, have been awarded £332,000 or more of public funding in the last three years
How to apply: Click
Deadline: 24 February 2023

Who: Lloyds Bank Foundation
How much: £75,000
What you should know:
- The grant is focused on small, local, specialist charities with an income of £25,000 to £500,000
- The charity must have a track record of delivering services, for at least one year, to people aged 17 and over
How to apply: To apply, take a look at the website here
Deadline: 5pm, 3 March 2023

Who: Subak
How much: £10,000 unrestricted
What you should know:
- Must be for a data-led climate "mission"
- It will support 14 early-stage startups
- The selected organisations will each receive unrestricted grant funding and will be guided through a bespoke curriculum tailored to their needs across tech, data, impact policy and business fundamentals.
How to apply: To apply, fill out this form
Deadline: 17 March

Who: UK Youth & Pears Foundation
How much: Up to 10% of annual turnover for three years unrestricted
What you should know:
- The organisation must be based and delivering in the UK
- A turnover of less than £500,000 in the last financial year
- Applicant organisation has as its primary purpose the provision of services benefiting young people. At least 70% of applicant organisations’ beneficiaries must be aged 8 – 25 years old.
- Be in operation for at least two years
- Have the appropriate processes, insurances and legislation
How to apply: Look at the full details and apply here
Deadline: No closing date, it will remain open whilst funds remain to be distributed.

Who: City of London Corporation campaign
How much: up to £2,000
What you should know: For projects or services that are being delivered within the City of London Square Mile or the City of London Corporation housing estates across London to fund activity and access where people can come together and stay warm.
How to apply: To apply, fill in a form here
Deadline: No deadline, applications can be made on a rolling basis

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